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I know why I am a tester. My driving force is my curiosity: I want to know how things work, why they work and why they don't.

Outside of my regular work I am also a contributor to Awaitility project.


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comment Where to focus testing? On integration level or unit level?
I see a lot of both questions like this and answers like "well it depends on the context". So, I'm curious how one can learn to select the right thing for his or her context? One things is by try-observe-correct approach. If a bug in integration was discovered in production I may ask myself what wrong have I done. Another approach would be to write simple test plan with focus area and discuss with peers what is missing. How have you learned to define the focus? I don't mean learning precise numbers, I mean selecting areas of focus of testing.
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comment Where to focus testing? On integration level or unit level?
Joe, sure it depends on the context, but how much context would you need to have to answer such questions or give some guidelines? Is it feasible given the limited space for answer here?
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comment Where to focus testing? On integration level or unit level?
Sorry to be picky, but you're asking how much integration testing is enough, when you have already done unit testing, or rather how much testing is enough in general?